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The Remote tab is not available when I go to computer properties, so I can't allow remote desktop connections.  Any ideas?
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by:Andres Perales
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are you logged on with an account that has admin rights to that computer.
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I've tried both the local Admin and domain admin accounts.  
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perhaps a gpo applied?
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Nope, no GPOs on the domain or local.
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This is usually caused by a missing or corrupt dll   Here's a description and fix:

http://windowsxp.mvps.org/remotetab.htm
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That was the problem, thanks - saved me alot of research time.
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No problem, thanks for the grade!

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